Tuesday, February 5, 2019

Jimmy Dore - NYTimes Journo Melts Down On Joe Rogan's Show

Joe Rogan competently dismantles a NYTimes neoliberal journalist who tries to discredit Tulsi Gabbbard. But Joe Rogan does it just by asking some simple questions in a polite manner.


Konrad said...

Tulsi Gabbard opposes endless war. For Bari Weiss this makes Tulsi “monstrous.” Weiss is “pretty positive” about that, because other people at the Times are pretty positive.

Then she switches topics. “Did Tulsi ever apologize for believing in conversion therapy?” (Tulsi in her youth supported her father’s opposition to homosexual marriage, and advocacy of “conversion therapy” for gays. And yes, Tulsi has apologized for that many times, since the USA now hates heterosexuals.)

Bari Weiss (a supremacist Jew and Israel-firster) devotes most of her scribblings at the New York Times to defending Israeli atrocities, and to attacking “anti-Semites,” which she sees everywhere.

Jimmy Dore then says the USA arms and funds al Qaeda, ISIS,™ etc.

The UK government has invited hundreds of ISIS™ head-choppers to the UK, and has given them free council housing to help them “integrate” with British society. (Council housing is public housing built by local authorities.)


Canada has welcomed over a hundred ISIS™ members. Mercenary terrorists are welcome, but speakers against war and neoliberalism are denied entry.

The UK government welcomed Ahmed Hassan, who upon entry freely admitted he was a member of ISIS,™ and then set off a subway bomb that wounded 30 people (Parsons Green train bombing, 15 Sep 2017).

The UK government welcomed ISIS™ member Youssef Zaghba, who was wanted by Interpol, and was on an EU list of criminals. Once inside the UK, Zaghba did the London Bridge Attack (3 June 2017) which killed 11 people and wounded 48.

Meanwhile the USA must remain in Syria to “fight ISIS.”™

And Tulsi Gabbard is “monstrous” because she is a beautiful woman, and Bari Weiss isn't.

Kaivey said...

Thanks for the info, Konrad, I will be putting some of that under the UKIP videos where they blame the liberals for letting in fanatical Muslims.

Konrad said...

You said you like Star Trek.

Below is some music from a video game Star Trek: Deep Space Nine – The Fallen.



An excerpt from that theme was used for the last 2 ½ minutes of The Escape of Khan - Launch of the Botany Bay.


Kaivey said...

Yes, they were good. I like the old Star Trek theme song too.

Have you heard this.

Peter Bjorn And John - Young Folks


Konrad said...

That video is blocked in the USA, but I listened to other uploads of the song on YouTube.

I like it. I’m glad to see that not all music since 2000 is rap (which I never listen to, and I do not consider music).

Like all the groups you have mentioned, I had never heard of this group before. Swedish. Young folks. (2006)

I have saved all the web links of songs you have recommended.

Kaivey said...

I think they only made that one good song.

I like pop stuff like that, but do like experimental music too. Nothing I listen to tends to be mainstream, nor mainstream indie. When I first heard a synth on Chicory Tip's, Son Of My Father, I feel in love with it, but I love acoustic guitars too, and electric guitars, of course.

Konrad said...

Below is a short [2 ½ minutes long] but very nice instrumental.

It was used beautifully in the Anglo-American sci-fi film Sunshine. (2007)

“To Heal” by Underworld, a band from Cardiff, Wales.

Their music has been used in many movies.


Konrad said...

Jimmy Dore show.

Below, Tulsi Gabbard calls for an end to the wars, and to the threat of nuclear annihilation.

Therefore NBC news calls Tulsi a Russian agent.

Meanwhile corporate Democrats (who support the endless bombing of Muslims) call her “Islamophobic,” because in 2016 Tulsi told the Hawaii Tribune-Herald . . .

“When it comes to the war against terrorists, I’m a hawk. When it comes to counterproductive wars of regime change, I’m a dove.”

Most politicians support war, since they get bribes and kickbacks from weapons makers. They know that most Americans want the wars to end. Therefore, to smear Tulsi, the warmongering politicians call her a “warmonger.”

Tulsi is hated by Republicans and Democrats alike. (And I hate both sides alike.)


Kaivey said...

It's nice, my brother was into Underworld. I think I had one of their albums once too, a long time ago.